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there have been explosives devices found in the high school and surrounding areas. >> i was scared for my life. nobody should go through this. nobody should be able to feel that in school. >> there have been two damn many of these. >> well that is for sure. it's happened yet again, ten people killed, ten others injured after another school shooting, this time in texas. good afternoon be, thanks for joining us i'm larry beil. >> i'm ama daetz. look at the suspect. 17-year-old dimitrios pagourtzis. police say he walked into the art class at santa fe high school in harris county, texas and opened fire killing nine students and one teacher. abc news reporter chauncy glover with the latest. >> reporter: fear and panic at santa fe high school. >> a shooting at the high school. i have an officer down shooter not in custody. >> the school going on lockdown after reports of shots fired on campus around 8:00 this morning. authorities arresting 17-year-old dimitrios pagourtzis now being held on capital murder
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charges. students saying they first heard fire alarms then gunfire. >> everybody started running outside. and theks next thing you know everybody looks. and you hear boom. boom, boom. >> we need to do more than just pray for the victims and their families. >> parents waiting anxiously hoping to find their children. >> finally they were around the school and she is okay. >> but the threat of danger extends beyond the high school. >> there have been sploes devices found in the high school and surrounding areas adjacent to the high school. >> president trump addressing the shooting from the white house vowing to keep students safe. >> my administration is determined to do everything in our power to protect our students. >> we shouldn't be going through this at my school. this is my daily life. i shouldn't have to feel like that >> authorities saying that alleged shooter using a shotgun and a.38 revolver.
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both guns police say belonged to the shooter's father. they say he owned them legally. this has been the fifth shooting since parkland, o high school. ? san jose, kaunsy glover, abc 7 news. according to cnn this is the 22nd schoolle shooting in 2018. the shootings range from mass casual i incidents like the parkland florida incidents where 17 students and adults were killed to the shooting a week ago today in palm dale in los angeles county where a 14-year-old boy brought a semiautomatic rifle to school and shot another student in the shoulder. according to the "washington post" 214,000 american children have experienced gunman violence at school since the columbine massacre in 1999. strong reaction from all corners of the country. sadly those who have been there before. >> abc 7 news anchor kristen sze has a look at responses to the tragedy. kristen. >> ama and layer.
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houston rockets thinking of our neighbors in santa fe. a long time gun control advocate tweeted this message and commented during practice. >> this is scarey that that's become the norm here. and we got td something about it. because, yeah, i can't imagine something like that taking place with my kids. >> survivors of mass shootings are speaking up. parkland, florida, student jack koran empathized my heart is so heavier for the students of santa fe high school. it's all too familiar no one should have to experience. and former arizona congresswoman gabby giffords tweeted it's time for america to find the courage to take on the powerful and fight for our own safety. her message is echoed by california senator camilla harris who tweeted this is the 15th shallow shooting we believe the number is 22. but she says we haven't taken action in congress to address
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the epidemic. but texas lieutenant governor dan patrick offers a different solution. >> we may have to look at the design of our schools forward. and retrofitting schools already built. what i mean by that is there are too many entrances and too many exits. >> he suggests that fewer entrances would allow guards to better protect schools. there is plenty of consensus on social media that this violence must end. but no consensus on how to do it. larry and ama. >> kristen, thank you so much. and a bay area student group called enough spf is holding a rally tonight for the victims of the santa fe school shooting. the group plans to gather at the civic center at 7:00 p.m. as part of the abc 7 take action campaign we have a list of local resources on school safety. you can find your ally and connect with local lawmakers going to abc 7 news.com/take action. a santa cruz county sheriffs department sheriff deputy after one of the people he detained
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during a practice stop tried to run him over. the suspect was shot several times by another deputy. abc 7 news news reporter chris wynn with the update. >> reporter: north of santa cruz neighbors along ocean street extension are disturbed by some of the activity in their neighborhood. >> a habitation for prostitution, drug use, people bringing their garbage, dump it out of the trucks down there. >> around 3:30 this morning two santa cruz county sheriff's deputies on patrol encountered and a man and woman parked off to the side and moving items between two separate vehicles. deputies ran the plates and discovered one of the vehicles was reported as solen. the suspects were detained in separate patrol cars to determine who had driven the stolen vehicle >> while deputies interviewed the man was the woman slipped out of handcuffed and reached through a partially open window in the patrol car and open the door. the woman then entered the driver's side of the patrol car and without warning drove the vehicle directly at one of the
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deputies striking him and damaging both patrol cars. >> the second deputy fired several rounds hitting the female suspect three times. cpr was administered on scene and he was air lifted to a trauma center where he she remains that the icu. the deputy is okay and neighbors are grateful for that. >> people like myself or people just in this area going out for a walk and stuff can't feel safe anymore. >> video of the incident kfrpted by the deputies body cameras will be released next we can by the sheriff's offers. the female suspect faces attempted murder charges. in santa cruz, chris wynn, abc 7 news. >> and this was santa cruz county's first officer involved shooting since the fall of 2016. >> announcer: now the accuweather forecasts with spencer christian. starting with live doppler 7 showing mainly sunny skies finally. the fog was slow to pull back to the coast luna today but finally skies main i bright. meanwhile over in the sierra another afternoon outbreak of thunderstorms and lightning strikes which is not an unusual
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pattern for this time of year. back to home here, off the embarcadero looking from the roof top camera we see blue skies with wispy thin high clouds. 1 across the bay in oakland. mid-to upper siksds in 5 a at half moon bay. partly scattered sea lions down at pier 39 you can see from the pier 39 camera under partly cloudy skies there. 72 degrees at santa rosa. mid-to upper siktsz at napa and noft an. low to mid-70s at fairfield and concord. in just a moment i'll give you a look at the weekend and the week ahead. just a few minutes. larry. >> see you then. a dead whale is on its way to angel island towed across the bay from oakland estuary where was discovered under a bridge. it's the fourth dead whale found in the bay this year np abc 7 news reporter laura anthony at at jack london acquatic center
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with more. >> reporter: this whale was wedged under the bridge behind me. it floated in sometime overnight. it stayed here until a commercial diving operation came in this afternoon and towed it away. >> this is my first time ever seeing something like that. >> sil visitor civilian and his dad decided this was a good day for fishing. when they arrived they were surprised by what they found. >> we came out to do a little fishing get here, see the dead whale. it's kind of sad when you think about it. but it's interesting at the same time. >> the whale, all 30 plus feet was wedged under a bridge near the jack london acquatic center. it's a body of water that flows into lake merit. while construction workers took pictures from above others came to the shoreline to see for themselves. >> we couldn't see it so we who said on our sailboat and came over and finally saw it.
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>> reporter: the whale has visible bruising and an open wound on the side it's not clear if it's the same animal spotted on the bow of a ship entering san francisco bay earlier this woke. by mid-afternoon a commercial diving boat arrived, contracted with the marine mammal center to begin the process of removing the animal from the estuary. a lone diver wend in and tied ropes around the creature before it was towed away by the barge. >> it's amazing that an animal gets that ig. >> this come from minneapolis walked over from a nearby hotel. >> what made you want to look. >> i've never seen a whale this close. got to take the tune we you can. >> it's supersad and also kind of smelly. >> reporter: and there are people coming down to look at the whale. but as you can see it's clear here under this bridge at the estuary. again the marine mammal center is tell us that whale will be towed to angel island where a
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study will be done in the coming days to determine the species, sex, age, and hopefully the cause of death. in oakland, laura anthony, abc 7 news. >> thank you. well some artists taking part in a mural festival in oakland have become the victim of thieves. the group had some batteries stolen overnight which is kept them from elevating the lifts. they can do go side to side but it's going to take them longer to finish the work than anticipated. one artist told us they will be weather through the we could. the festival is supposed to wrp up tomorrow process in jack london square. it may cost you even more to cross the golden gate bridge in the future. the toll will go up to $8 for non-fast track users starting in july. and according to the marin ij there could be more increases coming because of the budget deficit. yesterday officials predicted a 3.9 million deficit for the coming year. they expect a $72 million deficit in five years. and get this.
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a $360 million deficit in ten years. san francisco's 107th bay to breakers on sunday. the race starts at maine and howard streets in soem and ends at ocean beach. there are various street closures throughout the city and many muni routes will be impacted. and you can watch the coverage on sunday. the count downto the royal wedding is on we are hours away. new developments today. we'll tell you what change and what you can expect let the freak out begin. kylie jenner arrives at the pop up shop in san francisco. and the crowd goes wild. "7 on your side" michael finney taking questions on twitter and facebook. post them with the hashtag ask finney. michael will be here to answer questions live in a few minutes. checking traffic over the skyway on this friday it is slow going, just inching along in both directions on the
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and if you are wondering when the royal we had something, it's easy. low back right there. >> the countdown clock. >> ready to go. >> and spencer is ready to go with the forecast the royal forecast. >> the royal forecast. i declined the invitation to go to the royal wedding because i wanted to to be here to report the weather to you. >> you got an invitation. >> i lied.
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here is look at the royal wedding forecast tomorrow in windsor. sunny throughout the day. glorious day for a wedding. 9:00 in the morning as guests are arriving it will be 56 degrees on the fahrenheit school. as the service stars 67 degrees. 1:00 p.m. as the process begins. 68 degrees not a lot of change in temperature. once you get to the noon hour. even in the evening it remains sunny and mild. certainly mild by windsor standards. great guy are day for the royal wedding. we have a decent day in the bay area. looking at live doppler 7. low clouds and fog were a bit slow to pull become. but skies mainly clear right now except for lingering high clouds over inland areas and lots of fog near the coast. and thunderstorms in the central seara. looking at the golden gate bridge from the golden gate camera we see partly cloudy skies. and these are our forecast features. foggy overnight near the coast and bay. breezy and mild. relatively mild tomorrow and sunday. warlg up monday to more seasonal
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levels. starting forecast animation, 7:00 in evening at that point we see fog responding along the coast lineup again. once again surges over the bay overnight and locally inland. early tomorrow morning we start with low clouds and fog. maid day to late afternoon mainly sunny. a bit breezy and pleasantly mild day tomorrow into saturday. the same pattern there. cooler breezier on sunday but not a lot of change from tomorrow to sunday. overnight we may see spotty drizzle especially near the coastline as those low clouds and fog contain a bit of moisture. you may need the windshield wipers if you are driving near the coastline or around the bay. during the late night and overnight hours. by afternoon tomorrow the fog pulse back to the coastline. parts of the coat line sunny. . other parts lingering fog and low clouds. high temperatures range from about 60 at the coast to mid-and upper 60s around the bay shoreline. inland communities tomorrow see highs the mid-to upper 70s. mild but not really very warm
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and here a look at seven-day forecast. as i mentioned temperatures drop a few degrees on sunday from tomorrow's level. slightly cooler and brezy. then it sunnier and a bit warmer monday. with inland highs in the upper 70s and that pattern holds through wednesday mid-to upper 70s inland, 72 around the bay. 60 degrees along the coast. end of the we can next friday high temperatures up to or perhaps above 80 degrees inland. we may have a warm pattern into next weekend. >> sounds good. thank you. >> happy royal wedding. >> okay. a lot of screaming and in downtown san francisco this afternoon as reality tv star and makeup mogul kylie jenner arrives at her pop-up shop. >> yes she growth add couple of fans. as you see she walked inside. but people had been waiting in line for hours just for the chance to see her and buy some
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kylie products. >> of course. abc 7 news reporter live outside the pop-up in san francisco. how you doing, coronell? >> reporter: hey, larry, move over royal wedding you have a lot of competition in san francisco. check it out. this line believe it or not stretches up brandt street around geiry and downtown to union squares. fans are kardashian crazy. others camping out for a chance to visit kylie jenner as pop-up story on grant street. a chance to sample and check out some of her makeup. to say that the crowd went crazy when she arrived would be an understatement. she arrived several hours ago. said hi to fans. took a few selfies and disappeared inside the store. we're told she left about 45 minutes ago. but a lot of folks say that it's great to see her.
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they love her makeup. just the fact that she is here is life changing for a few people. take a listen. >> she was amazing and looked gorgeous as always. she walked in and gave hugs and did selfies. and it was so amazing. she is beautiful. >> it's good quality makeup first of all and she has really great colors and it's affordable. but still good quality. and then it's kylie. >> reporter: her makeup, we're told -- kylie's makeup we are told sells out almost instancely the minute it hits the entertain. appear pop-up stores we have seen a few in new york and los angeles and san francisco. we're back with the folks who waited how long have you waited >> eight hours eight hours. >> eight hours. >> is it worth it. >> yeah! >> why did i ask that?
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oh, my gosh. this store will be here a limited time perhaps through next week, perhaps through labor day weekend as well. and. >> we love kylie. >> what can you say they love kylie. live in san francisco. coronell bernhard, abc 7 news. >> you know, i like the three guys that are standing there surrounded by 200 girls. oh, yeah, this is fine we'll stay here as long as you want. preparation is under way or game you three of the nba western conference finals between the warriors and rock et cetera. one of the biggest jobs is getting the t shirts ready for the 20,000 fans who pack the arena sunday afternoon. and then again on tuesday night. that task belongs the good folks at blue frog printing and embridry in san leandro. each shirt contains the phrase. strength in numbers the manhattan ray of steph kerr. >> fun to see them getting maid.
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brought business and labor together to expand career training and apprenticeships, invested in transportation and helped create over 200,000 living wage jobs. antonio villaraigosa for governor. as you know the countdown is on to the royal wedding. we are tracking the time until the wedding -- you can see the time here. the question is are you watching tomorrow morning? our coverage starts at 2:00 a.m. >> it's a bit early. we want to know what you think?
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are you getting up other dvring or not exactly your cup of tea. weigh in on abc7news.com/vote. >> our sister station is live in windsor england. we are getting close david people have to be getting excited. >> they're so excited. this is a place with a great deal of excitement where i am standing right now. bus earlier look at that galt. that's where the princess walked out and they met the crowd over here. i'll show you that video in a second. first let's talk about meghan markle. she showed up to the hotel this afternoon with her mother doria and look at the video. it's an absolutely beautiful place. called the cliveden house and even rolled out the red carpet. they seemed relaxed and happy. this hotel is ten miles from the castle. that's the trip tomorrow morning as they come to the ceremony. the meantime here is the video of the two princes as they walk out of that gate of the castle. and walked across the street.
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happening where i'm standing right now. and they met the crowd, a spontaneous moment. the crowd didn't know this was happening. they were certainly thrilled to see that. some of the folks have been sitting in this area for two to three days. some of them said they even became emotional when they had an opportunity to shake their hands. it was a special time. and of course this morning we found out that prince charles will be walking meghan down the aisle. but it reminds us of one thing that is only one parent of harrys will be present. here is more. >> prince charles walking meghan mark willing down the aisle will be a beautiful moment but reminds us of the heart breaking absence. diana princess of wales harry's mom will not be there. killed in a car accident it was a tragic accident. a moment many still mourn. a stark contrast from the fairytale wedding in 1981, 750 million people watched the grand event. a couple whom they thought would eventually be the king and queen of england.
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we know now charles 'time has not yet come and diana is long gone. but she has left her mark. >> that was a seismic shift in the royal family because of diana. she was all about making the family more approachable, accessible. keeping it real but keeping it royal. >>en at popularity i think is probably the highest level than it's ever been in my lifetime certainly. i think diana had a lot to do with it. i think once they came in the royal family and shook things up a bit. >> so perhaps it's right that harry is marrying of an actress. >> even today i ran into young people like ivanka from canada here because of diana influence. >> i remember the day that diana died and how public that was for them. like it's the worst day of their lives. and the whole world was on them. there was something about that as a child that stuck with me. and it's bothered me all the years. we he was getting married, i wanted to witness the happyiest day of his life with my own
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eyes. >> she even has a connection to meghan. ivanka was in a scene on meghan's final episode of "suits." >> that's me dancing with a glass of champagne. >> it's a new royal era, william, kate, harry and now meghan embraced in love by the young public, all thanks to the woman who indurd difficulties but change the family for the better. diana will be missed. these are the folks camping out today. i made friend. susanna what is it about the royals you love. >> i think in this -- in this day and age of celebrity, from queen elizabeth, you know, down through kate and now meghan, soeffy some of the other ones they handle themselves in the public eye with such grace and style. and i just think it's exemplary and wonderful. >> wonderful. she made her plans way early. she is one of the lucky ones a place here in windsor. she is resting comfortably.
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great meeting. and have a great time tomorrow. >> thank you. >> thousands of folks lining up here in windsor. a lot of kitement only a few hours away. reporting live from windsor. abc 7 news. awesome stuff david. imagine finding somebody from the bay area in the crowd. thank you so much. enjoy. so the question is for those of us here not quite as lucky to be there will you be watching the royal wedding viewers have been weighing in on abc7news.com/vote. >> so far not my cup of tea. >> are you voting over and over, larry? >> perhaps. but dvr -- i'll do a dvr. i won't be up at 2:00 a.m. we'll keep the voting open through the 6:00 news until 4:007:00 the special coverage starts tomorrow 2:00 a.m. all the pomp and pageantry
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>> announcer: live, where you live, this is abc 7 news. and here are the stories making headlines at 4:30. ten people mostly students were killed in a school shooting today in santa fe texas outside of houston. police identified the suspect at 17-year-old dimitrios pagourtzis a junior at the school. ten others including a police officer were hurt. president trump ordered flags felon at half staff. he said it's a mark of solemn respect. a santa cruz sheriff's deputy shot a female suspect
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this morning. chris wynn says the suspect slipped out of cuffs and tried to drive off in a deputies car. she hit one deputy and shot by the other. she is still hospitalized. president trump is ramping up attacks on the justice department as his allies department the department turn over information about a possible intelligence source with links to the russia investigation. abc news reporter articlette signs has more. >> president trump is latching onto to unfounded they are that fbi informant work on his campaign. he says reports are there was at least one fbi representative implanted for political purposes into my campaign for president. it took place early on long before the phoney russia hoax became a hot fake news story. if true all-time biggest political scandal. that theory surfaced in a recent column for the national review. the president tweeting, if so this is bigger than watergate. >> i haven't spoken with him
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directly about that but certainly seen the reports. and if there is any truth to that it should be looked into it. >> on cnn, the president's own attorney suggested if true it could undermine the special counsel's investigation. >> first of all i don't know for sure nor does the president if there was one we're told that. >> i by whom. >> by people we've been told there was some kind of infiltration. >> separately one of the president's top allies who pushed back on the russia probe demanded the justice department hand over classified information about an alleged intelligence source linked to the russia investigation. congresswoman deafen nunes telling fox news. >> what we are trying to do is get the documents to vig figure out what methods were used to open the counterintelligence investigation. >> the "washington post" reports the alleged intelligence source is an american citizen who provided information to the cia and fbi. "the new york times" separately reported at least one government informant met on several occasions with former trump campaign aides carter page and
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george papadopoulos. >> the justice department declined to comment on the president's claims on twitter. abc news, washington. investigators say the man who opened fire inside the trump national resort in florida seemed to be luring police in a gun fight. 42-year-old jonathan audi walked into the lobby draped an american flag and began yelling anti-trump rhetoric while fire into the ceiling. five officers stormed the hotel and hit audi multiple times in the legs. no officers were hurt. >> these officers didn't hesitate a second to engage this individual actively shooting in the lobby of the hotel. they risked their lives to save lives >> he is listed in stable condition. investigators say he has no urts had of violence. more than 100 people dead in the crash of a boeing 737 jet in cuba. the plane went down noah field shortly after takeoff from the
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jose marti international airport in havana. reports say three people survived the crash. they're in critical condition though. that flight was bound for a nearby city. 462 miles east of havana. the state owned airline rented the plane from a mexican charter firm. meanwhile authorities in new york are investigating a bus collision that injured more than 30 people. 7 seriously the crash between two new jersey transit buses happened at the mouth of the lungen tunnel in mid-town manhattan. the buses were guardianing into the new jersey center tube when they collided none of the injuries is can can o considered life threatening. we have new video from just about an hour ago of lava spewing from one of the 22 fissures that opened up on hawaii. officials said the number of structures zrid by lava is up to 40. and two more are threatened. the kilauea volcano first erupted may 3rd. there was a big eruption yesterday. officials are handing out masks
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to protect people from volcanic ash. >> we had this white ash that covered the ground. and on our vehicles and plants. some people had problems with irritation of their eyes and throat. >> it's wild over there especially near the volcano. scientists say more splegss are possible but it's not known when they might occur. the young tech entrepreneur take silicon valley by storm. plus the countdown to the royal wedding continues. how the bay area is getting wedding fever. spencer christian here comes the clouds. actually for parts of the bay area they never left. the forecast is coming up. cholula hot sauce is teaming up with jack in the box for the cholula buttery jack. a little hot sauce there... woah. what's happening? jack i'm trying to film this commercial! oh my gosh, sorry. with delicious cholula hot sauce and crispy jalapenos on a signature bun. the new cholula buttery jack. part of the buttery jack family.
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he's been called a rockstar lwinning pro bono battles for immigrants and the homeless. defending gay rights and gun control. democrat jeff bleich. after columbine, bleich led president clinton's youth violence initiative. with joe biden, bleich took on domestic violence. served president obama as special counsel and ambassador. maybe bleich can't pull off the rockstar look... but his progressive record is solid gold.
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start your own company. that had to be a gutsy decision. >> yeah it was nerve-racking. but i felt school at the time was holding me back. and i really just wanted to go out and try things on my own. >> when we were talking about gechlt. nz pch again z is younger than that who is your target audience. >> yeah, so i'm really trying to hit the people that are before -- actually after 1996. >> so we're talking like late teens to early 20s right now. >> and what should people know or companies know about this particular. >> you have to be authentic. i think the big thing is it the generation before us knew banner adds or seeing advertisements on tv. but my demographic doesn't look at advertisements and vibe with that. for us it's how do you put the advertisement in content and do it authentic. >> when we talk again z
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obviously social media is really important for all of the groups. for us we think about facebook or twitter. but for the younger kids is it more snapchat, instagram or something i haven't heard of yet. >> it's definitely instagram is probably the bigds. we see a lot of people younger kids use snapchat to talk with friends. and then we also have social networks like musically which is big. lip syncing. you do a lot of linked inn. you this could be some huge conglomerate. and they're calling a 21-year-old to, please help us on linked in what do you think. >> it, through second and third degree engagement. if you have someone getting engage many on linked in with a liquor comment or share it can drive engage totman their post as well. >> what do they want you to do
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you compensate on what they are doing with their company. >> we have a streamline process. when a client joins you we write the post and post it and stick them in a pod and help them grow as well. >> how many people are in your company. >> there are a total of 5 of us right now. >> how -- obviously it's going well because business is booming for you, right. >> yeah. it's going well. >> what advice would you have for other young prior entrepreneurs. >> just start try and find something you are passionate about and learn as much as you can about it. i think over time money comes if you opt myselfing for that. >> here is the key question. are you going back to college? >> i get this question a lot. i don't think so. at least for right now. i feel like i'm at a point in my life where i really just want to learn and try new things pan i've never been the type of person to learn with books. i've always been the type of person where like i like doing things >> you might be able to go back and teach at purdue.
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>> that would be fine. >> from jamocha media. hope to pick up followers as a result. >> thank you. >> the accuweather forecast with spencer christian. starting with live doppler 7 showing low clouds nearly the coastline but a few never pulled away from inland areas. it's partly cloudy right now. it gets cloudier overnight. maybe even spotty coastal drizzle will develop overnight lows generating the low to mid-50s like the pattern all week long. then tomorrow look for fog lingering at parts of the coastline. we'll have high temperatures from 60 at the coast to mainly mid-and upper 60s around the bay shoreline. inland, north bay east bay and south bay. highs in the mid-70s. and breezy. now bay to breakers takes place on sunday. we have lots of lingering clouds in the city throughout the day sunday. especially in the morning hours when most of the runners will be out there running in temperatures in the low to mid-50s, which seems to be pretty good running weather.
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and then by midday mid-afternoon we see the skies a little bit brighter. the accuweather seven-day forecast after a cooldown on sunday and within a reasonable of certaintiy, we'll have sunny warmer weather monday and steady mild to warm pattern through the week next we can. warming up more at the end of the week. >> nice. >> all right sounds good. thank you. who is responsible for last october's deadly north bay wildfires. the battle in the courtroom. i'm "7 on your side" michael finney. are you getting the credit oh on your
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marshall tuck will change that. in california, 3 million kids can't read at grade level. tuck turned around struggling schools, raising graduation rates over 60%. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck.
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devastates north bay wildfires last october? as abc 7 news anchor dion lyme explains. pg&e is challenging a california law so they can pret themselves from paying the victims and passing on the cost to the skpers. >> he is one of those filed lawsuits against pg&e for the north bay wiefds. >> we have been doing what everybody else this our situation has been doing, dealing with insurance, finding a place to live, trying to get normalcy back for children. as a parent that's heart breaking. >> attorneys for pg&e and lawyers for hundreds of fire victims met in the superior court friday for a hearing on the utilities 'liability for the fire processes. under the constitution property owners can hold public utilities for damages under a term called inverse condemnation. pg&e argument they say they are private and exempt from inverse condemns and should be allowed
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to recover damages from rate hikes. >> near the courtroom in sacramento they are employing scare tactics telling people that they're too negligent to fail. and that's just unacceptable. >> while presiding judge issued a tentative ruling saying there is no basis for pg&e argument, plaintiffs like david barry and his family won't sleep tight until the utility is held accountable. >> i was hurt. you should be responsible for things you do that cause other people harm. and i don't think there should be an exception because you are a large, houfl, wealthy company. >> attorneys paige. en e declined to comment. but they issued the statement calling inverse condemning bad for all californians. a closed door meeting is expected next month with a ruling after. dion lyme, abc 7 news. it's time for ask finney. "7 on your side" michael finney here answering questions. michael the first comes from
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lucy wants to know i would like to know how residents get credit on pg&e bill? mine went from $25 to $135. >> look this is a great question. and the answer is a bit complicated. but twice a year pg&e get a break on the bill called from the california climate credit. where does that money come from? well power plants are required in california to buy carbon pollution permits to fight climate change. customers ultimately foot the bill for that. but if the bill is less than planned on then customers get a rebate. that's what's going on here. they thought they were spending this amount. they didn't spend that much. toney asks when shopping for engagement ring what do i need to look out for aside from your wallet? >> yeah. hang onto dwror wallet like this. you said a diamond graded by either the gemlogical institute of america or another respected grading organization. the grade that diamond using the four cs you know this.
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>> yeah. >> color, clarity, carat and -- color, clarity, carat, and. >> i'll tell you carat be cut, color and clarity. how big is it? how well is it cut? is clear white or tinted? and can you see cracks or carbon dots in the diamond? now, you take those grades that they've already given it and you check the pris against the rappaport diamond report. keeping track of diamond prices daily. most jewelers have a report on hand and have no problem showing it to you if you ask. you pay the price in the rappaport in the diamond report then you get a good enough deal. that's the bottom line. >> okay. good to know. don't forget the four cs. helen asks i had my car worked on in rather than shop but now has more problems. the alert light is always on. what can i do. >> look this is a problem. tell the shop your concerns and see if they will try to figure out what occurred here if they won't i want to you think about
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filing a complaint with the bureau of automotive repairs. the guys there are cigarette. the investigators will look at your information talk to the owner of the shop and try to come up with resolution. i'll post a link on the website at website westbound. this is a complaint i can't solve. because these people say this happened. these people say that happened. who knows. >> if you have a question for michael there it is. >> there you go. 10 to 15-second long video shared on social media. using the hashtag ask finney. also reach me on facebook and abc7news.com. >> thank you michael. >> sure thanks. a group of bay area middle school students are doing some heavy lifting we it comes to technology. they're building complex robots capable of picking up objects and moving them with precision. the robotic students at willie brown middle school in san francisco write the computer code controlling the machines. still they say a lot comes down to trial and error. >> we spend a lot of time on planning and we don't really get a lot of time to build.
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this is like -- we only got three months to build >> yeah, it was a fun process. but we had to take it down a couple of times. >> how come? >> how come? it didn't work. the robotics club is part of the middle school s.t.e.m. program. >> smart kids. counting down to the royal wedding. why coffee pots and flass aren't on the list and how you can celebrate prince harry and meghan markle's big day here. and kristen ahead with what's on news the a 5:00. new at 5:00 wsh the man accused in the deadly freeway crash in fremont is getting out of jail tonight. live with the latest. bring out the dogs. the tsa is specking a busy summer and they need help. also the overnight traveler right here in downtown healdsburg. and the santa cruz native who set a diving
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if you happen to still be up at 2 "a" you may be up all night because that's when the live coverage of the royal wedding again. >> much ado at windsor castle. moderate ado here in san francisco. they used to say the sun never sets on the british empire even on a foggy day in san francisco. but that's not exactly accurate any more. >> we have the commonwealth. >> we are eight floors in the british consequence lir office getting the inside scoop on the
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royal wedding. tomorrow prince harry marries a california commoner meghan markle and do not send gifts they have a list of charities. >> no coffee pots. >> they're okay on coffee pots for now. >> china. >> i think there are a few china things around. >> marguerita glasses. >> i've been give and tea towel i'm kited about that gloo speaking of tea we found plenty' the crown and crumpet tea salen home of a british experience in japantown. >> are you doing this because of the royal we hadding. >> no. >> for interprets analysis we turned to amy who owns the place process. she makes tomorrow's wedding and acuratement sound like a fairytale. >> they're pretty and sparkly. doesn't love glilter, diamond variety. >> we found no shortage of them in this place where the royal nuptials barely blipped. >> our not think bag that. >> no we are worried about our we hadding. >> granted, a san francisco city
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hall is not exactly st. george's chapel in windsor castle. but more accessible. a city hall wedding costs $174 for the license and officiate like kevin clark. he is not the afternoon bishop of canter bury. but every bride felt like a princess. will they tune in live at 2:00 a.m.? >> the rerun. >> i'll watch the rerun, yeah. >> that's a newly married couple awaiting the sunset. ? san francisco, wayne friedman abc. >> our conche coverage begins at 2:00 a.m. live coverage ton on 11:00 news only hours before the big event kicks offer. >> and also lichaj streaming owl the events leading up to the on abc 7 news.com. tips on how to make your own fascinator for the wedding. you can read about the other americans who married into royalty. >> thanks for joining us for abc
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7 news at four. larry beil >> i'm ama daetz abc 7 news at 5:00 starts now. teacher told us to go, go, go. >> there have been explosives devices found. >> a student opens fire in texas, killing tenpeople. another school turned into a combat zone. reaction swift. students here vow to fight the violence. steph curry and nba players say the shooting puts a new perspective on the playoffs. a man accused in the freeway crash the other night gets out of jail tonight. live with the story. plus smashed cars after a sheriff deputy shoots a suspect. she slipped out of the handcuffs, stole a car and hit a deputy. >> announcer: live, where you live. this is abc 7 news. is there a part of me like this on the happen in my school. >> no. there went. it's happening everywhere. i've always felt evenly it was happening here too. >> a blunt response from
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students in santa fe texas following the latest massacre on an american school campus. good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm kristen sze. nine children and a teacher are dead. and ten more are wounded if today's school mass shooting. >> here is the suspected shooterer of dimitrios pagourtzis, he was just -- made his furs court appearance where he told the judge he is a citizen and requested a court appointed attorney. >> authorities say/8 parpgts opened fire with a semiautomatic pistol and a sawed off siong after first period. fire alarms were pulled sending students into the hallway. >> we hear so many -- three gunshots loud explosions all the teachers are telling us to run, run, go. like run. >> police say they found home made explosives inside the school and in the suspect's car. students describe pagourtzis as really quiet and say he wore a trefrmg coat almost every day. >> offic

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